If you have an enlarged spleen from mono, can you feel it?

Depends. It depends on how big it is... If it is big enough for you to feel... You need to see a doctor and avoid any activities that may put you at risk for rupture of the spleen.
Not usually . If it is very enlarged yes, most of the time no.

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I've an enlarged spleen from mono. I bumped my stomach on the kitchen counter today. Is it possible I ruptured my spleen?

Highly unlikely. It usually requires a significant blow or trauma to rupture the spleen. Mononucleosis can cause the spleen to become swollen. The capsule-like covering becomes stretched and thinner, and the organ is more likely to rupture if the abdomen receives a direct hit (such as forceful football tackle). Bumping into a counter is probably not enough to cause the spleen to rupture even when it is enlarged. Read more...
Possible. How do you feel? Splenic rupture is usually accompanied by signs of shock like rapid pulse, low blood pressure and abdominal pain. If you begin experiencing these signs, you should seek medical attention immediately. Thanks for HealthTap! Read more...

I have an enlarged spleen, drenching night sweats, a cough, and slight difficulty breathing. I have no way to be seen, but what could this be? Mono?

Go to Hospital NOW. You are having difficulty breathing. Nothing in the world takes precedence over that. You must sign off of the internet and go to the hospital now. Read more...
Don't think is mono. If it was mono, your most prominent symptoms would be fatigue, sore throat, difficulty swallowing and very swollen neck glands. You did not mention any of those. How do you know you have an enlarged spleen? Now, any difficulty breathing is of concern, since it can go from mild to bad to worse any minute- allergy, asthma? Get medical attention for that breathing problem! Read more...

I was diagnosed with mono 4 days ago. And my spleen is enlarged. Will it go down on its own? Is garlic good for an enlarged spleen?

Yes. An enlarged spleen is seen in 50 to 60 percent of patients with infectious mononucleosis and usually begins to recede by the third week of the illness. I don't believe taking garlic will alter the course, symptoms, or signs of infectious mono. Read more...
Possibly beneficial. Elderberry reportedly has antiviral activity & thus may be beneficial against ebv that causes mono, & nadh (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide hydrate) helps the mitochondria create atp, one of the body's energy molecules; so it may restore some of the energy that people with mono seem to have lost. As the viral illness resolves, the spleen will return to its normal size. Read more...

What causes an enlarged spleen? Do not have mono.

SPLENOMEGALY: CAUSES. Many: though not that common. Typhoid, septicemia, abscess/cyst in spleen, some viral infection, malaria, toxoplasma infection; hemolytic anemias- e.g. Thalassemia, sickle cell anemia, hereditary spherocytosis; lymphoma, leukemia; some metabolic diseases; liver cirrhosis with portal vein hypertension; sarcoidosis; rheumatoid arthritis. Sound scary, if feeling too sick, check with your doctor. Read more...

I am getting mono, enlarged spleen, symptoms etc.?

Yes... Mono is a viral illness...Chinese medicine is amazing in helping recover form mono and i would suggest it highly. Read more...

Do all people with mono have enlarged spleen and lymph glands?

Most. There are many variations in the clinical manifestations of mono and it may not cause any symptoms. Most people with clinical mono do have enlargements of lymph nodes, spleen and liver and these subside on their own with the natural resolution of the infection in an otherwise healthy person. Read more...

Can I get advice? I've got and enlarged spleen but no mono and blood test look ok what could it be?

Further tests ? An ultrasound may help. Liver function tests can rule things out. Other viruses can cause this. If increasing in size, this will need definite evaluation and further work up. Read more...